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giments collected together by the Staff officers of General Johnston and myself. Early's brigade, meanwhile, joined by the Nineteen in Virginia regiment, Lieut-Col Strange, of Cocke's brigade, pursued the now panic-stricken, fugitive enemy. Stuart, with his cavalry, and Beckham, had also taken up the pursuit along the road by which the enemy had come upon the field that morning; but, soon cumbered by prisoners who thronged his ways the former was enable to attack the mass of the fast-fleeins of General Johnston, these officers reached the field at an opportune, critical moment, and disposed, handled and fought their respective commands with sagacity, decision, and successful results which have been described in detail. Col. J. E. B. Stuart like wise deserves mention for his enterprise and ability as a cavalry commander. Through his judicious reconnaissance of the country on our left flank, he acquired information, both of topographical features and the positions of the enem
's command. The latter held the Stone Bridge, and its left covered a farm ford about one mile above the bridge. Stuart's cavalry, some 300 men of the army of the Shenandoah, guarded the level ground extending in rear from Bonham's left to Cadford's Cavalry were held in reserve a short distance in rear of Mitchell's Ford, his left extending in the direction of Stuart's right. Col. Pendleton's reserve battery of eight pieces was temporarily placed in rear of Bonham's extreme left. D. R. Jones, Longstreet, and Bonham respectively, supported by their several appointed reserves. The cavalry, under Stuart and Radford, were to be held in hand, subject to future orders and ready for employment as might be required by the exigeodge us, was broken; never to recover its entire organization on that field. In the meantime, also, two companies of Stuart's cavalry (Carter's and Hoge's) made a dashing charge down the Brentsville and Sudley road upon the Fire Zouaves — then t